Pure Zen

$34.00

Find your Zen. 

Pure Zen contains gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and theanine (glutamic acid gamma-ethylamide), an amino acid derivative found naturally in green tea (Camellia sinensis). Together they help support healthy moods and a feeling of relaxation without sedation, whether during the day or the night.*


Warning: If taking antidepressants or other psychotropic medications, use only under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner. Although we are not aware of any interactions, because these also affect brain function there is theoretical potential for negative or positive interactions, either of which would need to be monitored.


  • Benefits
  • Nutrients
  • Dosage
  • References

Benefits

• Supports a feeling of general relaxation and enhanced calmness*

• May promote a normal, healthy attitude and normal symptoms during PMS*

• May be helpful during daytime or nighttime*

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Nutrients

Dosage

Suggested use: As a dietary supplement, 1 or 2 capsules daily between meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.

References

- Timmcke JQ, Juneja LR, Kapoor MP. FASEB J. April 2008 22 (Meeting Abstract Supplement) 760.

- Ueda T, Ozeki M, Okubo T, Chu D, Juneja LR, Yokogoshi H, Matsumoto S. JSPOG J. Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 234-239, December 2001.

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- Goddard AW, Mason GF, Almai A, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2001;58:556-61.

- He P, Wada S, Watanabe N, et al. J of Food Sci, 2000;65:30-33.

- Juneja L, Chu D, Okuba T. Trends Food Sci Tech 1999;10:199-204.

- Kakuda T, Nozawa A, Unno T, et al. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 2000;64:287-93.

- Kakuda T, Yanase H, Utsunomiya K, et al. Neurosci Lett 2000;289:189-92.

- Kimura R, et al. Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo) 1986;34:3053-7.

- Lombard CB. Med J Aust 2000;173 Suppl:S104-5. Markus CR, Panhuysen G, Tuiten A, et al. Appetite 1998;31:49-65.

- Moore P, Gillin C, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1998;55:534-9.

- Paul SM, Marangos PJ, Skolnick P, et al. Encephale 1982;8:131-44.

Customer Reviews

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Yvonne Wilburne
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so relaxing..... takes your edge off ......use hr or 2 before bed.....shuts your brain off from all racing thoughts....gone .....wake up relaxed

thank you I needed that

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silymarin 0

Silymarin, a key compound in milk thistle, demonstrates powerful antioxidant activity. It effectively neutralizes free radicals before they can harm healthy cells. One of the most well-known plants that support the liver is milk thistle (Silybum marianum), whose seeds are a great source of flavonoids like silymarin. In addition to centuries of traditional use that support the hepatoprotective effects of silymarin, more than 200 studies and reports on milk thistle involving over 5,000 patients.

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silymarin 1

Silymarin, a key compound in milk thistle, demonstrates powerful antioxidant activity. It effectively neutralizes free radicals before they can harm healthy cells. One of the most well-known plants that support the liver is milk thistle (Silybum marianum), whose seeds are a great source of flavonoids like silymarin. In addition to centuries of traditional use that support the hepatoprotective effects of silymarin, more than 200 studies and reports on milk thistle involving over 5,000 patients have been published on the subject, as well. This research shows that certain compounds in milk thistle specifically help protect the liver from the damage of alcohol and hepatitis.

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silymarin 2

Silymarin, a key compound in milk thistle, demonstrates powerful antioxidant activity. It effectively neutralizes free radicals before they can harm healthy cells. One of the most well-known plants that support the liver is milk thistle (Silybum marianum), whose seeds are a great source of flavonoids like silymarin. In addition to centuries of traditional use that support the hepatoprotective effects of silymarin, more than 200 studies and reports on milk thistle involving over 5,000 patients have been published on the subject, as well. This research shows that certain compounds in milk thistle specifically help protect the liver from the damage of alcohol and hepatitis.

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Yvonne Wilburne
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so relaxing..... takes your edge off ......use hr or 2 before bed.....shuts your brain off from all racing thoughts....gone .....wake up relaxed

thank you I needed that